G&J Land and Marine Food Distributors of Morgan City received the Business of the Year award from the St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce Thursday night during its annual banquet. G&J, in operation since 1964, is a full-service supplier of groceries and janitorial supplies to the commercial shipping, offshore oil and gas and the Gulf Coast petroleum industries. Accepting the award from Chamber Chairman Bob Harrison, far right, are company owners Erik Lind, Mike Lind and Cleve Boudreaux.

Dustin Fuselier, left, of Patterson, won the annual 700 Club Tournament Saturday at Charlie’s Lanes in Morgan City. With Fuselier is award-presenter Murray Hebert. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Jerry Pillaro)

Dustin Fuselier won the annual 700 Club Tournament Saturday at Charlie’s Lanes. Fuselier, defeated Alberto Bochas, the winner of the loser’s bracket, 218-190, to win the event. Bochas would have had to beat Fuselier, the champion of the winner’s bracket, twice to win the event.
St. Mary Parish Junior Fair and Livestock Show winner of the Champion Standard Pullet award went to Nehemiah Yoder, pictured at top with Franklin Mayor Raymond Harris, St. Mary Parish President Paul Naquin and St. Mary Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donald Aguillard.

G&J Land and Marine Food Distributors of Morgan City received the Business of the Year award from the St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce Thursday night during its annual banquet. G&J, in operation since 1964, is a full-service supplier of groceries and janitorial supplies to the commercial shipping, offshore oil and gas and the Gulf Coast petroleum industries. Accepting the award from Chamber Chairman Bob Harrison, far right, are company owners Erik Lind, Mike Lind and Cleve Boudreaux.

Dustin Fuselier, left, of Patterson, won the annual 700 Club Tournament Saturday at Charlie’s Lanes in Morgan City. With Fuselier is award-presenter Murray Hebert. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Jerry Pillaro)

La. 70 at Lake End Park closed due to diesel spill

An 18-wheeler loaded with diesel fuel overturned Thursday morning on La. 70.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

La. 70 at Lake End Park was shut down and police diverted traffic through the park due to a diesel truck leaking fuel after the truck overturned this morning, police spokesman Capt.

Patterson mayor may get pay hike

Patterson Mayor Rodney Grogan is shown at Tuesday's City Council meeting.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

The City Council moved forward Tuesday with plans to increase the mayor’s salary to bring it closer to the salaries of mayors in comparable, surrounding communities, council members said.

Jingle Mingle preparations in Morgan City

Morgan City firefighter Justin Martin and operator Reed Stephens hosed the pavement under the U.S. 90 bridge on Tuesday in preparation for the upcoming Jingle Mingle that starts at 8 a.m. Saturday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Morgan City firefighter Justin Martin and operator Reed Stephens hosed the pavement under the U.S. 90 bridge on Tuesday in preparation for the upcoming Jingle Mingle that starts at 8 a.m.

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Obituaries

Herbert Leon Jacobs

Herbert Leon Jacobs, 91, a native of Oakdale and resident of Morgan City, died Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, at Patterson Healthcare.

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